On 21st April 2015 we published a guest article at IISD in which we argue that for universal goals differentiated implementation approaches are needed at national or other levels, as any one governance style falls short, and that there is some convergence towards a more comprehensive approach which is called ‘metagovernance’. To support this insight, we propose the new principle of Common But Differentiated Governance (CBDG). A full Journal article was published as Open Access in ‘Sustainability’.
Ingeborg spoke at a workshop on “Research meets practitioners: Implementing SDG 16” organised by the German Development Institute (DIE) in Bonn, 26-27 September 2016.
Louis moderated a session during the Symposium on “Implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SAMOA Pathway in Small Island Developing States – SIDS: Equipping […]
Ingeborg co-authored a study with lessons to be learned from the sustainable development strategies of Finland, Bhutan, Tasmania, Cost Rica and Ghana, published by […]